Guidarino Guidi

Guidarino Guidi



Guidarino Guidi (born August 10, 1977) is an Italian actor, director, and screenwriter. He is best known for his work in the films The Great Beauty, Soul Kitchen, and The Solitude of Prime Numbers.

Guidi was born in Piacenza, Italy. He studied acting and directing at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts in Rome, and graduated in 2002. After graduation, he began working in theater productions throughout Italy, and in 2003, he made his film debut in The Great Beauty.

In 2009, Guidi wrote and directed his first feature film, The Solitude of Prime Numbers. The film won multiple awards, including Best New Director at the International Rome Film Festival, and Best Film at the Salerno International Film Festival.

In 2010, he wrote, directed, and starred in Soul Kitchen, which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. The film was a critical success, and was nominated for seven German Film Awards.

In 2011, he wrote, directed, and starred in The Invisible Boy, which was nominated for two David di Donatello Awards. He also starred in the 2013 film The Great Beauty, which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Guidi has continued to work in both film and theater, and has won several awards for his performances. He is also an accomplished screenwriter, having written several scripts for film and television. He is currently working on a new film, The Girl in the Fog.

Guidi is an outspoken advocate for animal rights, and is a member of the board of directors of the Italian animal rights organization Lega Anti Vivisezione. He is also a patron of the charity Art for Animals.

Guidi is a multi-talented artist who has achieved success both as an actor and a director. His work in film and theater has been acclaimed both nationally and internationally, and his commitment to animal rights has made him an inspirational figure in his native Italy.

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